Remote Management

Many of your team members work from home and you manage them remotely. That can be challenging and requires tools that will help your team move forward. How do you ensure that your team stays motivated? Which team members require what sort of guidance? How do you capitalise on your employees’ strengths and how do you deal with difficult situations? This online training course focuses on your personal learning requirements.

The trainer will give you the tools you need to manage your remote team members effectively and with trust. You will also share lessons learned with other managers.

Unique advantages

  • Geared to your current situation
  • ‘Bring your own problem’ approach
  • Online peer and group learning

Result

  • You will build team confidence and stability
  • You will guide your employees through uncertainties and changes
  • You will motivate your employees remotely
  • You will have a flexible leadership style that is attuned to the situation and the employee
  • You will create scope in your team for initiatives and creativity
  • You will stay the course despite changing circumstances

Target group

Your team works from home and you manage it remotely. You are inexperienced in remote management and want to learn how best to handle the challenges that you face.

Programme

Session 1:
You are a manger in a period of crisis
Time management
The importance of trust and letting go

Session 2:
‘Bring your own problem’ approach
How do you get employees to embrace change?
Helping your team get a grip on uncertainties

Session 3:
Remote situational management
Leading, guiding, supporting and delegating
How do you motivate people and give them what they need?

Session 4:
How do you keep your team connected and on track?
Scope for initiatives and creativity
From crisis management to future-proofing

Interested?
Are you interested in this course? Then submit an official request to CLO on Workforce.

Before you enrol in an activity, discuss your specific learning aim or aims with your supervisor. By talking things over, you can decide which activity is most appropriate for you and ask your supervisor to approve your choice.

Note:
Make sure you submit your request as soon as possible so that you have time to wait for our approval and to sign up for your chosen activity.

Don’t pay for the activity yourself in advance! CLO will contact the relevant party regarding invoicing. If you are obliged to fill in invoicing details, specify that the invoice must be sent by e-mail to facturen.financien@knaw.nl and the reference ‘cost centre 3950’ must be shown on the invoice.

For more information, dates and registration, please visit the ICM website.